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HAML-JS Changelog

  • v0.4.0 Breaking Changes: Made interpolation #{} escaped by default. Use !{} for unsafe interpolation.

    New Features:

    • Optionally exclude html_escape function definition from every template -- provide your own escape function invocation string ("MyApp.htmlEscape") and it will be used instead, dramatically shrinking template sizes.
    • Optionally escape all output of = by default. Set the escapeHtmlByDefault configuration variable.
    • New never-escaped != recommended for when you want to output strings that contain html.
    • More test coverage for interpolation and escaping

    Bugfix: "inside" whitespace was not concatenating properly in some cases.

  • v0.3.0 New features:

    • Comments -- Haml comments, HTML comments, JavaScript Comments
    • Raw JS -- this lets you use if/else, switch, try/catch, et cetera in your views (use cautiously!)
    • Whitespace insertion -- Now, you can insert whitespace in and/or around tags using < and >. Check the docs.
    • Blank templates are now valid!
    • More test coverage
  • v0.2.5 - 2010-05-06 - NPM support

    Fixed to work with Node Package Manager

  • v0.2.4 - 2010-04-16 - Bug fixes, XML support

    Allow for commas in calls to helpers in attributes. Also make haml more XML friendly.

  • v0.2.3 - 2010-04-10 - Bug fixes

    Fixed an issue where "content" html attributes got munched. (This broke meta tags)

  • v0.2.2 - 2010-04-05 - Bug fixes

    Fixed two issues where the parser incorrectly parsed blank lines and extra spaces in attribute blocks.

  • v0.2.1 - 2010-04-01 - Minor speed tweak

    Haml() now caches the eval step so that there is no eval in executing a compiled template. This should make things a bit faster.

  • v0.2.0 - 2010-03-31 - Function based API, Safe whitespace, Code interpolation.

    At the request of some users, I've removed the new insertion into the generated html. This means that most html will be on one long line, but as an added advantage you won't have that extra whitespace next to your anchor labels messing up your visual display.

    Also I added string interpolation to every place I could fit it. This means you can do crazy stuff like interpolate within strings in attributes, in the body on plain text sections, and of course in javascript and css plugin blocks.

    In order to tame the API, I deprecated the four old interfaces compile, optimize, execute and render. The new API is that the Haml/exports object itself is now a function that takes in haml text and outputs a compiled, optimized, ready to execute function.

  • 0.1.2 - 2010-02-03 - Bug fixes, plugin aliases, CommonJS, and more...

    This is a big release with many improvements. First haml-js is now a CommonJS module and is in the Tusk repository. Thanks to Tom Robinson for helping with that. Some of the plugins got aliases for people who didn't like the original name. For example, you can now do :javascript instead of :script and :for instead of :each. There were many bug fixes now that the code is starting to be actually used by myself and others.

  • 0.1.1 - 2010-01-09 - Add :css and :script plugins

    Added two quick plugins that make working with javascript and css much easier.

  • 0.1.0 - 2010-01-09 - Complete Rewrite

    Rewrote the compiler to be recursive and compile to JavaScript code instead of JSON data structures. This fixes all the outstanding bugs and simplifies the code. Pending is restoring the :script and :css plugins.

  • 0.0.1 - 2009-12-16 - Initial release

    Change how haml is packaged. It is a pure JS function with no node dependencies. There is an exports hook for commonjs usability. It's now the responsibility of the script user to acquire the haml text.